Special Diet - Created Date : 24.9.2019

Don’t know if it’s good or bad but I get bored easily. Corn-on-the-cob...

Don’t know if it’s good or bad but I get bored easily. Corn-on-the-cob...

Don’t know if it’s good or bad but I get bored easily. Corn-on-the-cob is a fine example. Fantastic the first time every season. Really good the second time. A bit tired the third time. Don’t think I ever get to the fourth time.

Warm corn bacon salad is for when you want something more than corn on the cob

Just don’t care anymore. Cut it off the cob though, and you have something you can play with. Mix it up. All kinds of goodness waiting to happen. Corn-on-the-cob lovers – please don’t judge me. I’m not judging you.

Warm corn bacon salad is one way to bling up corn. It’s the concept that matters. That’s what I want you to remember.

Cut it off the cob. Saute some aromatics. Cook the corn until it’s just warmed through. Season. Serve. Cajun spice works. Jalapeno and tomato.

Bacon of course. Even butter and salt – like corn-on-the-cob but better. So much better.

Try it off the cob – I bet you never look back. It’s addictive and it’s only here weeks a year.

warm corn bacon salad

Warm corn bacon salad is an easy crowd pleaser and a great way to dress up corn when it's at its peak.

Course side

Cuisine American

Prep Time 10minutes

Cook Time 10minutes

Total Time 20minutes

Servings 4

Calories 248kcal

Author romain | glebekitchen


4cobs fresh corn - shucked

4slicesgood quality bacon

2large shallots - thinly sliced

1tsppiment d'esplette - cajun spice or whatever you want - it should just work

salt to taste


Stand the peeled corn on end. Use a sharp chef's knife to slice down the cob lengthwise to remove kernels. You should be able to do this in 4 slices. You want to be cutting down onto the board and away from you. Safety first!

Choose a frying pan large enough to hold the corn.

Cut the bacon into roughly kernel sized pieces and fry until done to your taste. Remove from the pan and set aside.

Spoon off all but about 1 Tbsp of bacon fat.

In the same pan, cook the sliced shallots in the 1 Tbsp bacon fat. You want medium low heat. You don't want your shallots to burn.

When the shallots are soft, add the corn and cook, stirring constantly, until the corn is just heated through, about 2 minutes.

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2 thoughts on “warm corn bacon salad”

Corn, Bacon and Onion is such a wonderful flavour combo, I love this recipe!

I actually do the same thing and eat it raw haha! I am so addicted to the corn now I buy like 3 dozen and cut them off the cob and freeze it just so I can have sweet ‘summery’ corn in our crazy retarded winters haha! ??

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